Health Articles
  • What To Look For When Purchasing Penis Enlargement Pills
  • by Staggerlee Phillips
  • One man's shameful experience with having a small penis lead him to research most of the products on the Internet today and to give his advice on what to look for when purchasing penis enlargement products.
  • Physical Fitness - Is Your Workout Missing Something?
  • by Mike Adams
  • When most people think of physical fitness, they think of strength and cardiovascular fitness. If they are really thinking about it, they'll add flexibility to the list. But there's something few people think about when working out. What is the missing component of physical fitness...?
  • 13 Health Benefits of Green Tea
  • by Arina Nikitina
  • A lot of people nowadays have heard that green tea benefits the overall health, but not a lot know why exactly. And believe me after I've learned all the health benefits of green tea, I get completely different feeling every time I drink it. I not only enjoy the taste of it but I also get the moral satisfaction knowing that I am doing something right and extremely healthy for my body.
  • The How To Guide for Six Pack Abs
  • by Ryan Cote
  • First off I want to mention that, for most people, getting six pack abs is not an easy task. It requires serious dedication, but it is possible! Below is a general 2-step guide that, if followed religiously for 3 months, will produce results.
  • Mind Altering
  • by Randy Stafford
  • It has appeared to me that everytime someone goes to the doctor, they are given some kind of mind altering drug. I am just wondering if everyone is bi-polar, depressed, or have attention disorders. I decided to write this article
  • The Myth of 100% Complete Processed Pet Food
  • by Dr Randy Wysong
  • Virtually every pet owner forces their pet to eat the same processed foods day after day. This practice is not only logically absurd but condemns pets to a wide range of cruel degenerative diseases. There is a better way and it requires nothing more than the same principles you use when choosing healthy meals for yourself or your family.
  • How to Cope With Stress and Anxiety
  • by Trevor Dumbleton
  • Among the hardest parts of living in the modern world is stress and anxiety. With worries about work, the environment, the economy, natural disasters, terrorism, and the general state of the world, it seems that there is no end to the number of things to worry about.
  • Your Simple Plan for Weight Loss
  • by Paul Buckley
  • What does it take to lose a pound of weight and keep it off? How many calories a day can you cut from your diet and not endanger your health? Find out now.
  • 4 Days to Better Health- Let me Show You How
  • by Ryan Cote
  • It's possible to learn HOW to better your health in only 4 days and this article will show you how. Each day is a bite-sized nugget of healthy living information you can actually use.
  • Training or Television? Working out when you're not Well
  • by Tanja Gardner
  • Sometimes, exercise can help us feel better if we've woken up feeling 'under the weather'. Other times, however, working out when we're sick can leave us feeling far worse than we did before we started. This article explains how readers can decide on whether exercise or rest is the better option, and gives suggestions for those who find it difficult to allow themselves time off from their training for recovery.
  • Maximum Cardio Part I
  • by Jeremy Likness
  • Cardiovascular exercise is an important component of general health. While certain people may require different amounts and types of cardio, everyone should engage in at least a little cardiovascular activity each week. There are many methods for training which all have their advantages. You should learn what works for you and what you truly enjoy so that you will continue to perform cardio and reap benefits of good health. Part I of II.
  • Why Modern Medicine is the Greatest Threat to Health
  • by Dr Randy Wysong
  • It is assumed that America has the most advanced and beneficial health care system in the world. In actual fact, the greatest single risk to life is medical intervention. Adverse drug reactions and medical errors in hospitals and doctors offices kills more than 500,000 people each year. Although this data comes right out of the medical literature, it is a reality nobody wants to face.
  • How the sun is absolutely crucial to your health
  • by Dr Randy Wysong
  • The sun is not our enemy in spite of medical paranoia. Vitamin D from fish oil or synthesized in the skin when exposed to the sun not only prevents cancer but many other diseases as well.
  • Are you breathing properly?
  • by David Kane
  • Most people are lousy at breathing. Try these exercises to find if you are breathing correctly, and improve this rather essential act.
  • The Myth of Fast Weight Loss
  • by Arina Nikitina
  • You will be surprised to find out how many people are actually looking for a fast weight loss program. Why fast? Well, first of all, most of us are impatient. We live hectic lives. We want results now, we want to notice the change right away, and we don't want to work hard to achieve those results.
  • DO YOU NEED MORE OXYGEN?
  • by Judy Thompson
  • For optimum health, people need adequate intake of oxygen. The article describes what could result from a deficiency of oxygen and gives ways to increase your oxygen supply.
  • Stretching, Part 1: Why & When
  • by Tanja Gardner
  • Traditionally, exercise and training routines of all kinds have begun with 5-10 minutes of aerobic warmup, followed by an extended period of static stretching. This two-part article series explores why such an approach can be counterproductive, and offers more effective and safer alternatives.
  • You Don't Have to Like Your Body to Love It!
  • by Lori Radun
  • This article is for women who have a hard time learning to love their body because of its imperfections. It gives readers a unique approach to loving and taking care of their body.
  • Your Frame of Mind May Determine Your Health
  • by Randy Stafford
  • Growing up, I lived watching my mother in constant pain. I figured she was a hypchodriac. I promised I would not complain about my hurts and pains. For the past 12 years I've lived with unbearable pain in my lower back and now, I've decided to start complaining. I would have told someone earlier but I figured I would be accused of being a hypochodriac. No one likes to be told, it all in your MIND.
  • Important Health Update
  • by Wayne McDonald
  • Your health is an important long-term investment. Awareness of small health challenges as will as big health challenges will yield greater results. Some of your body aches, or symptoms may appear mild but you can discover new ways to treat old health challenges.
Build SEO
Click here for information on how to create the type of site Google LOVES, while building your authority, influence and visibility.